Hotel Santo Domingo
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... from a cruise ship.
In any event, the Zona Colonial is pleasant to stroll
around, relax in cafes and restaurants, and see its small museums,
fortifications, and churches. The main attractions include La Primada Catedral
(the first cathedral of the Americas), the Pantheon Nacional where many
important Dominicans are interred, and the Fortaleza Ozama. You can tell they’re
still doing a lot of work sprucing ...
Time has flown by since the last entry. I have eaten more fried food than is acceptable in modern society, and been wined and dined beyond excess. It i come home under 20 stone, I will be chuffed!
The hospital has been incredible, and now I am treated like one of the doctors. Last Wednesday night I was in charge of triage and the other day I was the only 'doctor' in a whole ...
... out. Miryam and I take a last walk along the Malecón. It’s incredibly busy, with huge trucks and streams of traffic zipping by. One takes one’s life in one’s hands crossing it, as the painted pedestrian crossings seem to be invisible to Dominican drivers. We eventually arrive at a massive obelisk.
Striking paintings ascend all four sides of the column illustrating the courageous Mirabel Sisters, ...
... of the day they were letting him sleep on the bed longer, and I explained that to her, but she just saw her son on the bed and got so scared.
The 5 year old also had a hydrocele which they operated on and the 10 year old apparently had a huge surgery. The surgeons come every year (last yr it was around August) and were asking me why I hadn't brought the boy with the large hernia in sooner. I explained to them it was the 1st time ...
... room with 4 single beds and a bathroom. It was sort of awkward because we walked in on this guy getting a massage. We quickly opened the wrought iron doorand pushed back the Asian style partition back to reveal our room. There were exactly 7 beds in this room with two being part of a bunk. I took one of the singles and unpacked my stuff. I grabbed my important things - camera, wallet and cell phone - and then we set out to walk around and check out the local markets! Before we ...